Fresh from the field — Greg Straight

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Our Fresh from the Field this week showcases the work of Greg Straight, who was one of three artists recently tasked with creating high impacting murals for internal walls at TVNZ.

His piece is a celebration of New Zealand iconography mixed with local Auckland landmarks and filming equipment. The artwork includes many of Greg’s usual graphical suspects like surfboards, combi vans and flax bushes, and has a distinctive summer vibe tapping into bygone eras and childhood memories of holidays spent at the beach with family and friends.

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